Review: Justice League of America #50
I enjoyed it a lot, BRING ON THE MULTIVERSE!
"that the CSA's plans here were going to contradict the point of the Earth 2 OGN and was, thus, quite relieved by the fact that they not only remembered the nullifying power of Earth 1, they've also taken what they learned to forge an even scarier plan. This issue also ends with one hell of a cliffhanger. You aren't going to predict who the "Omega Man" is, nor what the grave implications of his identity are."
can some one please explain to me this nulifying thing and their new plan?
Okay, you asked for it:
"how the heck was Alexander Luthor's body in the Hall of Justice when it was destroyed on Earth-Prime during Blackest Night by Superboy-Prime???? "
Only two possibilities explain this:
1. Alexander Luthor had an identical twin that was killed at the same time.
2. Luthor didn't want anyone to know he was missing so he pulled a clever switcheroo!
Actually, I think this is what happened: when Superboy-Prime caused that big emtional outburst of light, I think it was powerful enough to blow Alexander Luthor's reanimated body back to the main earth, where the Black Lantern ring crumbled to dust.
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